Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Holiday Reruns: Golden Ray Kitchen & River Gold Bath from MGS by Design

Happy Holidays!  
We hope you are enjoying your holiday season.  We are taking some time off of the blog to recuperate after this fantastically busy season.  Thanksgiving and Christmas are always the busiest time of the year for fabricators, but this year was especially busy!  We are so grateful for the business and we hope it continues strong into the new year. 
We will be posting our favorite projects from 2012 until the new year.  We'll be back with new posts on January 2nd.  
Kitchen was originally posted July 31st.

Today I have pictures of a  beautiful home in St George, Utah that we did the countertops in a few months ago. 
The countertops are Golden Ray granite with a 2 1/4" Chiseled edge detail.  The Chiseled edge was a little more difficult to do in this kitchen due to all the quartz crystals in this particular granite and the fact that this kitchen had so many curves.  It takes a great fabricator to be able to get the radius edges to look just right.  We are fortunate enough to have some of the best fabricators around working for us! 

The backsplash on the perimeter was tile and on the outer island (between the upper and lower bar) was the Golden Ray granite.  The homeowner brought in an artist who painted the outlets on both the perimeter and the island to match the tile and the granite.  She did an amazing job, when you look at them from a distance you can't even see the outlets!

 We truly feel like we have the best customer's and we love seeing our work all finished up!  This home turned out so beautifully and we are proud to have had a hand in it.  
Come back on Thursday and I'll show you pictures of their bath, it's really pretty too!

*All photos property of MGS by Design. Please link back to this article when using these photos.

 This is the bath in the same home.  Originally posted August 2nd

The granite is River Gold with a 1 1/2" Mitered edge detail.  This granite has a really pretty linear pattern, it's a really interesting stone.  You can see a picture of the full slab here.
They did a tile backsplash and notice the fun tile framed mirrors.

*Photos property of MGS by Design.

1 comment:

Gloria Graham Sollecito, AKBD said...

This kitchen is sort of like Antonio Gaudi meets Midwest USA!!

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